Chevrolet created their first 'hybrid' in 1959 – the El Camino pickup. The first generation was based on the full-size Chevrolet sedan chassis and was only built for 2 model years. The second generation was reintroduced in 1964 and was based on the Chevelle platform. Our trophy-winning 1966 Chevy El Camino received a full restoration in 2008 and is pristine. (The owner has photos of the restoration process as well as receipts.) The exterior was re-shot in two-stage Regal Red and is stunning. Chrome and stainless are excellent. An SS396 Chevelle hood and polished Weld Racing polished alloy wheels with 215/65x15" BFG Radial T/A tires provide great accents. The handsome restored red vinyl interior is more inviting than the GM original. A full console holds the factory shifter and a tilt-wheel column mounts a Z-28 style 3-spoke alloy/wood wheel. Comfort features include plush carpeting, an AM/FM/CD stereo system, tinted windows, 8,000 rpm Sun Super Tach and full set of SunPro gauges. The 327ci has been totally rebuilt and fuel is supplied by an Edelbrock 4V mounted on a dual-plane aluminum intake. Spark is furnished by an MSD ignition and the resulting sound is magnificent through a set of tube headers and free-flowing exhaust. A 3-speed Turbo 400 automatic transfers power to a posi-traction differential with 3.73:1 gears. The carefully detailed chassis mounts power steering and power disc/drum brakes w/dual master cylinder. Our current owner (16 years) spared no expense to create this very special classic. Look at the photos, but understand that this sweet El Camino must be seen to be fully appreciated. It is ready for a new owner who will value this rare Bowtie 'hybrid'. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".